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Syntax and Semantics Paramount to the subject of algorithm representation is the
distinction between syntax and semantics. The term syntax refers to the
representation, whereas semantics refers to the object or concept represented.
Thus, the ...
Indeed, examples of awkward syntax/semantic relationships occurring in
programming languages are often the source of programming errors, especially
for beginning programmers. For instance, consider the statement EXTRA = TAX
One is that since more than one statement can appear on a single line while
other statements may be spread over several lines, the syntax of a free-format
language must include explicit techniques for distinguishing the end of one ...
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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